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September 17, 1956 (vol. 67, iss. 1) • Page Image 30

… had tasted two bitter 14-13 defeats against his old school in the first 'two years of his coaching the Hawk- eyes. ' Victory Saved The Wolverines treated a Home- coming throng to one of the most…

… the Wolverines had won its first six contests. They were lead- ing the Big Ten heap, and were still near the top of the weekly' collegiate ratings. Illinois was next. And then it happened. Michi gan…

… fllini fans a performance remin- iscent of Red Grange's memorable rampage against Michigan many' years ago. He was all over the field, running through the baf- feled Wolverine line almost at will. Michigan…

…-up Wolverines smashed Indiana, 30-0. The Hoos- iers were badly outclassed in this late autum affair. Michigan got the "easy one" out of the way; the "big one" was the following week, against the Buckeyes . .. and…

September 17, 1956 (vol. 67, iss. 1) • Page Image 25

… England.- Following an April southern trip which saw Michigan trounce Vanderbilt and Georgia Tech, the Wolverines came North to contin- ue on their rampage. Playing in two warmup match- es before the…

… State and Western Michigan, more than two years ago, who handed Michi- gan its last defeat., The Wolverines closed their sea- son with an 8-1 victory over Northwestern. By ALAN WINKELSTEIN "Our freshmen…

… the nation, Ohio State. However, the strongest points in the Wolverine outlook this sea- son are the new sophomore addi- tions to the varsity. Who's Who in Swimming A list of the new additions reads…

… were im- portant cogs in the Wolverine at- tack. Delaney took a second in m.. CHAMPION DOUBLES COMBINATION - Barry MacKay (left) and Dick Potter not only won the Big Ten first and second singles…

September 17, 1956 (vol. 67, iss. 1) • Page Image 24

… slight improvement over last tade some bad mistakes have changed the picture. year's fifth place finish with a c cost us" commented vet- The Wolverines also had trouble record of 8-7. oach Ray Fisher. "We…

…-5, to take the title. Although Illinois had tied Mich- igan for the Big Ten crown with a 10-3 record, the Wolverines gain- ed the chance to represent the Conference in the national play- offs because of…

… its two wins in two encounters with the Illini. A top-notch mound staff in- cluding Jack Corbett, Marv Wis- niewski, Dick Yikorsky and Jack Ritter was the prime factor in the Wolverine championship. It…

…'s leading hitter and inducing the next batter to ground out for the final out. T, Compensating for a season of. disappointing dual meet competi- tion the 1956 Wolverine wrestling squad, in spite of being…

… two opponents to gain fourth place. Another Wolverine, Frank Hirt, gained an upset decision over top- ranked Bill Muther of Illinois at 137 to take a vital second. Undoubtedly the most exciting match of…

… falls on one another. Marchello Wins Title Marchello's bout with Kurdel- meier was the final and decisive one which gave Michigan the ti- tle. It seemed to everyone but Marchello that the Wolverine title…

September 17, 1956 (vol. 67, iss. 1) • Page Image 22

… -- BAGS-- SHOES Wolverine Thinclads Retain T Both Indoor, Outdoor Titles -li By JOHN HILLYER It was another banner year for Michigan track. Under the able guidance of their successful young coach…

…, Don Can- ham, the Wolverines again brought both the indoor and outdoor Con- ference titles back to Ann Arbor, making it four straight crowns, in- cluding both indoor and outdoor meets. The indoor season…

… Olympic team for the surprised O'Reilly, who will be only a junior this year. Then came the Big One ... the Conference indoor at.East Lansing. And the powerful Wolverines were ready for it. Circulating…

… monarch from Michi- gan was crowned-pole-vaulter Eeles Landstrom-who cracked the fieldhouse mark of 14'1%/8", set by Illinois' Dale Foster in 1955, with a 14'2" effort. The incomparable Wolverines scored in…

… Championships at Berkeley, Calif. With a team point total of 19 7-10, the Wolverines placed eighth in the meet won by UCLA with 55 7-10 points. Dave Owen was outstanding for. the Wolverines, bettering his Con…

…:53.7. Geert Keilstrup also added points for theWolverines by placing third in the 3,000 meter steeplechase in 9:34.3. Michigan's other points were gathered by Eeles Landstromr and Mark Booth in the pole vault…

January 17, 1959 (vol. 69, iss. 88) • Page Image 6

… with Wolverine grid fortunes even while coaching the AAHS Pioneers. He was employed by Oosterbaan as a spotter in the press box, con- tinuously phoning important ob- servations down to the playing field…

… with mixed emotions, but this is cer- tainly a wonderful opportunity," said the new Wolverine mentor. Fonde had previously turned down an assistantship at Michigan and the head job at Western Mich- igan…

… need of some reserve strength. Perigo was made painfully aware of this last Mon- day night. The Wolverines were holding a comfortable 22 point lead over the Wisconsin Badgers when Perigo sent his…

…." Solid Four The Wolverines appear well set at four positions, with three of the league's leading scorers in M. C. Burton, John Tidwell, and George Lee, and Terry Miller doing the "quarterbacking" for the…

January 17, 1951 (vol. 61, iss. 83) • Page Image 2

… Normal, all the MIAA colleges, possibly Ohio State, Loyola of Chicago and of course the host Wolverines. Many University of Michigan athletes will bear close watch- ing, both from the debut aspect and also…

… the sprints which was apparent in the Michigan State meet last Saturday is ex- pected .to plague the Wolverine swimmers again this Saturday in their dual meet with Purdue at Lafayette. The Boilermaker…

… style relay by a considerable margin. The Michigan State sprinters were thus able to build up a 24-6 margin in these three events. In addition the Wolverines lost three more points to the Spartans in the…

… East Lansing sprinters were responsible for 21 of the 26 point margin by which the Michigan State swim- mers subdued the Wolverines. Whether or not Michigan is able to defeat Purdue this week depends to…

… a large extent upon how well the Wolverine sprinters fare in cutting down the ad- vantage of Thomas and his teammates in the short races. Another thorn in the Michigan side at Lafayette will be Bud…

… Dun- lop, the Big Ten breaststroke champion. The Wolverines appear to be better fortified in this event than in the 50 and 100-yard free style races, however, with John Davies and Elliot, who placed one…

… exhibition. Cagers Hounded by Bad Luck; MissedCharity Tosses Costly # By GEORGE FLINT Some days you just can't make a nickel. Take a basketball team like Michigan's Wolverines, for in- stance. NOT REGARDED…

… January 8th, Michigan again rallied in the second half, and led Northwestern, 62-61, with less than two minutes to play. Again the roof fell in on the Wolverines. The Wildcats rallied and defeated the Maize…

… Gophers to go ahead in the last four minutes; and an excel- lent exhibition of stalling by the Minnesota five, spelled defeat for Michigan's cagers o n c e again. * * * ONE OF the reasons for the Wolverines

… make 70-75% of its foul shots. The Wolverines have been wavering around and below the .500 mark. It's the little things that of- ten mean win or lose in basket- ball, and with luck which is far from…

May 17, 1959 (vol. 69, iss. 164) • Page Image 6

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY p Wolverine Nine Lose Double Bill Michigan Tennis Team Coasts Past Indiana, 9-0 04 By TOM WITECKI Special to The Daily LAFAYETTE - "We finally found ourselves," chortled Pur…

…., It's just that the breaks have always gone against us until today." On the other side of the field, where the visiting Wolverines were preparing for a long bus trip home, things were not as cheerful…

… pitching performance by southpaw Heldkamp, who tossed a three- hitter at the Wolverines. One of the hits was a two-run bases-loaded single by Jack Mogk. This was the key blow in a three- run Michigan…

… page 1) Once again the Wolverines got the advantage, though, as Erickson squeezed by with a three-set vic- tory, 7-9, 6-3, 6-4. Dubie Plays Well Gerry Dubie, who has been play- Ing well for Michigan…

…, defeated Hoosier Dean Dixon, 6-3, 6-2; 'M' netter Frank Fulton, number five singles, down- ed Ilan Iothmuller, 6-2, 6-4; and Wayne Peacock added the final Wolverine singles victory by cap- turing a 6-1, 6…

January 17, 1959 (vol. 69, iss. 88) • Page Image 8

… fortunate that the game was called when it was, as the 11 Wolverines that started the game were cut to 10 after one period and those remaining were staying in on heart alone. Captain Bobbie Watt, recovering…

… send out again tonight. L~ast night's encou~nter opened slowly as the Wolverines were content to control the puck in preparation for the rough evening ahead. Neither team's offenses looked sharp in this…

…-captain trampolinist Ed Cole. Wolf Dozauer added plenty of depth with a second on the still rings and thirds on the high and parallel bars and in the free exer- cise event. The Wolverine's decisive win came without the…

May 17, 1953 (vol. 63, iss. 158) • Page Image 3

…-0 scoreboard . ..by Dick Lewis Ross, Mead Lead Track Performers (Continued from Page 1) 'M' Linksters Defeat MSC, Purdue, Lose to Ohio State Boilermakers' Benning Wins Honors; Stevens Low Man for Wolverines

…'s decision enabled the Wolverines to garner even a second place over the low sticks. The writers groaned. Big Ten indoor two-mile champion George Lynch suffered a heart-breaking setback in the last 50 yards as…

… broad jump, and the pole vault. Ralph Fessenden turned on a burst of speed to lead teammate Siders across the finish line in the quarter - mile dash. Wolverine Jack Carroll lead most of the way but wound…

…- ner of two other events, was sec- ond place finisher ahead of Mich- igan's Dave Stinson. Dale Foster won the pole vault for the Illini with a vault of 13 feet. Wolverine Roger Maugh and Illini Jim…

… Ten matches but lost the third in a quadrangular meet on the University course yester- day. The Wolverines, previously un- beaten on the Big Ten links, bare- ly edged Purdue. 19-17, and trounced…

… of yester- day's baseball doubleheader be- tween Michigan and Indiana at Bloomington because of rain practically washed away all chances the Wolverines had of retaining their Big Ten Crown. The…

Wolverines, currently in fourth place in the standings, needed victories over Indiana to return them to a contending position. and followed it with a 79 for a 153 total, the best for the Bucks, Although Ohio…

February 17, 1952 (vol. 62, iss. 91) • Page Image 3

…SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 1952 THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE THREE SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 1952 PAGE THREE Fight Wolverine Firsts Beat Spartan Swimmers a Free-stylers Star in Dual Meet,_52-41 Jones, Hill…

… marked the Wolverines' fourth dual meet win this season, in addition to first in a triangular meet and an A.A.U. meet. Hill tied both his own pool records for the 50 and 100-yard y free-style races i n…

… it to ten yards at the finish. The visitors made their best < showing in the 200-yard back- stroke, as Harold Shoup and John Quigley finished one-two. This narrowed the Wolverine lead down to 34…

… relay team of backstroker John Chase, Davies, and free-styler Tom Benner got the Wolverines off to a good start 7 in the first event by defeating the Spartan trio. DAVIES BUILT up a yard lead over the…

… medley team of Jack. Carroll, Don McEwen, George Ja- cobi and John Ross ran to an easy win and the world's indoor! record in the Michigan State Re- lays here last night. The Wolverine equartet lapped every…

… Mitchell hustles in to implant an elbow in the dental works of Wolverine center Milt Mead.. Mead lasted long enough to ring up 18 markers in a losing cause, however. * * , Go hers Trip Hawke yes, Ilinos…

May 17, 1951 (vol. 61, iss. 158) • Page Image 3

…TUR SVDAYMAY f 17, 1951 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Michigan Whips DetroitNine, 13-2 Howell, Palmer, Koceski, Dorr Pace Wolverines' 17 Hit Win over Titans Special to The Daily DETROIT-Michigan's baseball…

… two more tallies with a home run. TRIPLES BY Leo Koceski and Palmer, followed by a home runj pitch served up to Dorr, netted the Wolverines three more counters in the fifth inning. A double by Howell…

… first four positions, the winner earning five, while the next three finishers receive three, two and one respectively. Wolverine Net Squad Meets Strong Spartan Team Today this season and is aefending…

… MICHIGAN STATE match shapes up as the toughest of the season for the Wolverines as the Spartans are the class of the Conference and Michigan must beat them if they expect to carry off conference laurels…

… 0 1 0 4 2 1 1 9 1 2 0 0 2 0 0 1 0 2 1 1 0 0 0 0 2 0 1 0 0 E 0 0 2 0 0 0 1 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 7 The Wolverines will be rated a heavy favorite against the Boiler- makers and Michigan Normal. I. I…

February 17, 1950 (vol. 0, iss. 88) • Page Image 9

… By BOB SANDELLE Vic Heyliger and his Wolverine puck squad can just about clinch an NCAA tournament bid this week-end if they can tame the Colorado College Tigers in a two game setto opening this…

… interested in play- ing :varsity baseball should re- port to the south end of the Feld House from.1:30 to 5:30 to sign up. --Ray Fisher down to the Wolverines, the visit- ing Bengals, and Michigan Tech with…

… the Wolverines will throw at the invaders. Vic was well pleased with a new third line combination in the second Michigan Tech con- test. He shifted defenseman Ed- die May to a wing to combine with Joe…

…, is a brother of Dick, a Wolverine standodt of last year. * By BILL CONNOLLY A history-making mile race, featuring miraculous Don Mc- Ewen, will set the pace for the Michigan-Illinois dual meet sched…

…. Morrill Out Of Illini Tilt Michigan's Wolverines, prepar- ing for Conference champion Illi- nois Saturday, received another blow to their already waning vic- tory hopes yetct'a with the news that Hal…

January 17, 1950 (vol. 60, iss. 82) • Page Image 3

…TUESDAY, JANUARY 17, 1950 THE MiIGAi6N DAILY PAGE THREE Schi1ttker F OSU Onslaught Buries Wolverines In Last Half 'aces Buck Victory VAULTER STRICKEN: Ulvestad, Appendix Out for Season…

… effective on his drive-in shots. Ernie McCoy's Wolverines, forced to shoot from outside, clicked on 21 of 72 field goal attempts and made 16 of 29 charity tosses. LEO VANDERKUY and Captain Mack Suprunowicz…

April 17, 1953 (vol. 63, iss. 132) • Page Image 3

…FRIDAY, APRIL 17, 1953 THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE THREE I I I M' Linksters Engage OSU, Purdue, Indiana Tomorrow Wolverine Nine Battles Broncos Rain Washes Out Game with Wayne; Yirkosky, Ritter…

Wolverine link- sters open their conference cam- paign with a quadrangular meet this Saturday on Ohio State's Scarlet and Grey course in Colum- bus. The Michigan linksmen, smart- ing from two straight defeats…

…-10 victors over Ohio Uni- versity. Of the three teams facing the Wolverines this Saturday, In- diana is regarded as the weak sister. Under the tutelage of Coach Owen L. Cochrane, the Hoosiers managed to cop…

… sixth place in the conference race in 1952. The Wolverine squad, a peren- nial powerhouse on the links, al- though facing the toughest com- petition that they may meet throughout the entire campaign, are…

….m. The Wolverines were scheduled to play Wayne University in De- troit yesterday, but the rain which fell Wednesday put Northwestern Field, the site of the game, in en unplayable condition for the con…

May 17, 1950 (vol. 60, iss. 156) • Page Image 3

…TrHE~MICHIGAN DAILY ______ illchigan line Falls to Broncos, 41 v western's Four Run First Seals Doom of Wolverines Bad Start . Special to The Daily KALAMAZOO-Michigahn's baseball team didn…

… scoreless frames. Control gave the Bronco righthander his biggest trouble as he walked six Wolverine bat- ,ters. Four bases on balls in one 'inning cost him his shutout, when free passes to Bill Buc- v a1olz…

… with three of the Broncos' four runs in the first inning debacle. BURMEISTER got off to a bad start by giving up a single to the broncos leadoff man, Len John- ston. The Wolverine righthander got Walt…

… half of the inning when Dick Briuny drove out a home run off Dave Settle, the Wolverines' third pitcher of the afternoon. Settle pitched only the sixth, being pulled in Michigan's sev- enth in favor of…

… pinch hitter, Linc Painter. Al Virgona then came in for his second tour of duty in as many games to finish the game for the Wolverines. MICHIGAN AB Bucholz, 2b ... 3 Koceski, If .... 3 Morrison, of .. 3…

September 17, 1952 (vol. 62, iss. 205) • Page Image 23

…. The Wolverines swept to their second successive NCAA ice cham- pionship, the third such . crown they have taken since the tourna- ment was originated five seasons ago. The 4-1 championship-win. over…

… eastern aggregations for the Colorado playoffs. It was the fifth straight year that the Wolverines had been invited. After winning the title the first year in 1948, Coach Heyliger's sextets took third in…

… when rating the Wolverine defensmen is only one of the group who stands over six feet tall. Again this season the team will play out a long, difficult schedule with several games against Cana- dian…

… in five years at the NCAA tourna- ment at Colorado Springs. Members of the 1951-52 Wolverine team which brought back an unprecedented second straight NCAA title are: left to right (back row), Eddie May…

September 17, 1952 • Page Image 33

… The Michigan hockey team, long the class of American collegiate ranks, added a couple of fresh lines to its niche in the record book last season. The Wolverines swept to their second successive NCAA ice…

… top teams in the Mid- west league as well as two of the leading eastern aggregations for the Colorado playoffs. It was the fifth straight year that the Wolverines had been invited. After winning the…

… Michigan. One thing that stands out when rating the Wolverine defensmen is only one of the group who stands over six feet tall. Again this season the team will play out a long, difficult schedule with…

… Michigan's hockey team, making its fifth appearance in five years at the NCAA tourna- ment at Colorado Springs. Members of the 1951-52 Wolverine team which brought back an unprecedented second straight NCAA…

March 17, 1951 (vol. 61, iss. 114) • Page Image 3

… track j men will carry the Maize and Blue colors tonight in the star-studded field of the annual Chicago Daily News Relays. Captain Don Hoover will lead the Wolverine squad, in compet- ing in a topnotch…

… Journal meet. The other individual Michigan performer will be Jack Carroll, highly rated freshman, who last week showed tremendous strength in bringing the Wolverines their only victory in the KC Meet…

… Brown squad, champions of the Ivy League, up- set Colorado last night by the score of 8-4 in the NCAA play- offs. The Bruins will now battle the Michigan Wolverines tonight at 8:15 p.m. for the NCAA…

… that Whiston stopped 36 of the Tigers shots, letting only four to get by him into the net. Name Four Wolverinest To Ice Stars Coaches Pick Three MichiganForwards Four Wolverine hockey players now in the…

… The Wolverine gymnasts left Ann Arbor early this morning for Madison where they will engage=' the University of Wisconsin this afternoon in the final dual meet of the season. Inspired by last week…

March 17, 1956 (vol. 66, iss. 113) • Page Image 4

…THE MICMGAN IAIhY SATURDAY: MARCH 17, 1959 THE MICHIGAN DAILY SATURDAY, MARCH 17, 1956 Wolverines Lendall's Goal Defeats ,arnes Howes Excels (Continued from Page 1) Seek Sixth NCAAIce Crown…

… the spirit- ed Larries' domination of the game. The Wolverines had been slowly building up momentum from a very slow start and finally cashed in for the tying and win- ning goals in the ensuing 22 min…

… Fourth Another Big Ten champion, Michigan's Mark Booth, took fourth in the high jump, which was won by Notre Dame's Bernie Allard with 6'8". The Wolverine mile relay team, which has been turning in better…

… confidence in being able to destroy the "Yankees of collegiate hockey"-Michigan. St. Lawrence's early strength was in its greater determination and better board-checking against the Wolverines; who lost many…

… National Intercollegiate Rifle Tournament. Wolverine Jan Gogulski, second team all-American, leads the Wol- verines in defense of their section- al title. Among his teammates will be the nationally…

…Donald, and the sparkling "G-Whiz" line of Wally Graeck, Ted Greer, and Wally Grant, the Maize and Blue swept the first NCAA Championship. COMPLIMENTS CAME THICK and fast to the Wolverines for their play on the…

Wolverines took the hospitable Colorado folks at their word. Every year when March rolls around and the tournament flags fly over the gaudy converted polo pen that is the Ice Palace . . . every year at this…

March 17, 1950 (vol. 60, iss. 113) • Page Image 3

… Hampers Two Key Wolverine Players OLYMPIC JOE MAIN FOE: Kent Threatens'M'Win Skein 6 While most of the team is en- .1 jsying a between season rest, three Michigan runners will be in Cleveland, Ohio…

… winner will face either Colo- rado College or defending chan- pion Boston College tomorrow night for the crown. TWO WOLVERINE stalwarts, Graham Cragg and Neil Celley, are not expected to be in top form for…

… Hey- liger's starting trio. Defensively it's the reliable Ross Smith backed by Louis Paolatto and Goalie Jack Mc- Innes along with the afore- mentioned May and Cragg. The Wolverines go into the…

… on the ice at one time has been a major problem for the Wolverines the last two years, and.if penalties are dealt out this year at the same rate as in the past it could easily cost them the title…

… 'M' Pucksters Wolverine defenseman Ross Smith was elected to the United Press All-American hockey squad at Colorado Springs yesterday. Goalie Jack McDonald was given a second team berth and Gil Bur…

February 17, 1959 (vol. 69, iss. 95) • Page Image 6

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY TUESDAY, FE! Gymnasts Subdue ASU)quac Undefeated Wolverines Have Easy Time; Montpetit, Marion Share Scoring Honors By TOM WITECKI Special to The Daily EAST LANSING - Fine per…

Wolverines scored six of seven firsts and outscored their opponents in every event before an attentive crowd of 500 in the Spartans' new Intra-Mural Build- ing. Scoring Honors Winning two first places, Marion…

… point, and Iowa's Bob Moser took a 3-1 decision, adding a point on riding time. Wolverine captain Larry Murray routed Vince Garcia in the 130-1b. match, but the referee refused to award Murray a fall when…

May 17, 1957 (vol. 67, iss. 164) • Page Image 6

… Katzenmeyer. The Wolverines will face Michi- gan State and Detroit in Detroit1 in an all-day 36-hole match on the Detroit home course.- Victories Over Each Both of these teams have met Michigan previously, with…

… the Wolverines holding a victory over the Titans, while having split withj the Spartans. In the first home meet of the1 season for Michigan they edged the Detrcit outfit, 9112-81/2sin an 18-hole meet…

April 17, 1958 (vol. 68, iss. 138) • Page Image 6

… Marilyn Budd will be at the Summer Placement Meeting in Rm. D 528 in the S.A.B. from I to 5 to In- terview women for counseling posi- tions. Personnel Requests: Wolverine Boys State, Michigan State…

… University, East Lansing has need of four men, juniors or seniors, to be counselors from June 17 to June 26. Salary is $60 plus room and board. Wolverine Girls State, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor has need…

December 17, 1958 (vol. 69, iss. 75) • Page Image 6

… Wednesday and Thursday Administration Building Bc ON GOAL-Detroit Red Wing forward Billy McNeil slaps a shot at the Wolverine net which is guarded by goalie Ross Childs. Michigan players Dale MacDonald (12…

…) and Pat Cushing (8) watch the play. Red Wings Stop Wolverines' Final Rally, To Gain Win in Annual Iee Tilt, 8-3 Is + Use Daily Classifieds + (Continued from Page 1) a shot from out of a goal mouth…

… Agreeing the Michigan team !field have been many and great. Wolverine track coach Don Canham wrap up the game. n u up a loose puck and barreled down had played a fine game, Red Wing points out the NCAA track…

… midway in the first period although hampered by a Wing praised Wolverine goalie Ross can college should be eligible. when Johnnie Wilson slapped in defensemen who had raced back Childs for his outstanding…

…, but MacDonald The Wolverine netminder, who athletes want to come to the United States in ever-increasing numbers. ;who had been trailing the play shared the goaltending job with The 'M' coach, who has…

March 17, 1955 (vol. 65, iss. 115) • Page Image 3

…: Five Lettermen Lead Wolverine Nine Tony San Antonio is the new captain-elect of the 1955-56 Mich- igan gymnastics team. In a meeting of the gym squad yesterday afternoon, the husky, married junior was…

…-getter for the Wolverines in the Conference Championships. buttons and beaus 8MOC and back- bench boys-go for AFTER SIX QC formals. Styling sotrmftyso "natural" "stain. shy"fin so safe from spots! For mo…

…- igan coach. The departures of outfielder Paul Lepley, catcher Dick Leach, pitcher Jack Ritter, and pitcher- first baseman Jack Corbett have left big holes in the Wolverine lineup. Lepley, one of the best…

… Michigan's big hopes in the coming campaign. In his fourth season as Wolverine third baseman, Eaddy paced the regulars in batting over the 31- game campaign last year with a .322 average. Cline, this year…

…'s captain, was Michigan's top out- fielder in addition to being the only Wolverine to top the .300 mark in Big Ten play fashioning a .304 average. The New Spring Collegiate Cuts!! They're suave, smart…

March 17, 1953 (vol. 63, iss. 113) • Page Image 3

… standard when a re-check of the score for the Michigan-Boston University contest showed him to have garnered two goals and four assists for six points. The BU game, in which the Wolverines set another…

Wolverine Captain Johnny Matchefts walked off with the biggest prize of all taking the Most Valuable Player award. This was one first time a Michigan man had won the cup and Matchefts is the only non…

… plane speeding back from the Wolverine's third straight NCAA tourney win, Alex "Herky" McClellan, senior defenseman from Montreal was named as Most Val- uable Player for the past season. * * * HAAS…

… one of the finest defensemen in college hockey for his past two cam- paigns in a Michigan uniform. This season he made the hockey coaches' first team All-American, the only Wolverine to get the hon- or…

… first goal of the year. Wolverine Coach Vic Heyliger also announced the hockey let- ter men and freshman numeral winners for 1953. In all fifteen "M's" and six sets of frosh num- erals were handed out…

December 17, 1952 (vol. 63, iss. 70) • Page Image 3

… the Midwest Col- legiate Hockey -League, Colorado and Denver. Both teams have high pre-sea- son ratings and experts agree that unless the Wolverines win at least two of these four tests their chances…

… championship at Colorado Springs next March. Travelling plans call for the fourteen man squad to arrive in Denver early this evening, leav- ing the Wolverines two whole days to accustom themselves to the rarer…

… contest, once again paced the Michigan rebounders with a total of ten. LANKY MILT MEAD spear- headed the Wolverine scoring for the second time this season, gar- nering his 16 counters on four field goals…

Wolverine harriers, along with Glen Hesselstine of Iowa,-and Joe Gonzales of Illinois,- rated third and fifth respectively. * * * EXCEPT for Van Bruner, a sen- ior, the hurdles are also dominat- ed by…

December 17, 1958 (vol. 69, iss. 75) • Page Image 8

… Eastern teams are Princeton, who tied for second in the Ivy League last season and Army. The favored Wolverines will use the same starting lineup, which has compiled a 3-1 record. The starters are George…

… the Wolverine .basket- ball team during the thirties. The Princeton captain is Carl Belz, who was named to the All- Ivy first team two years ago. Out for part of last season because of an ankle injury…

… having their cham- dash. pionship potential established, the 2) Season openers for 1957-58 Wolverine thinclads have had per- veterans Pete Stanger, Big Ten low. formances to hint that a strong hurdle…

May 17, 1957 (vol. 67, iss. 164) • Page Image 7

…FRIDAY MAY 17,1957 THE MICHIGAN DAILY Vsrv. FRIDY MA 17,195 THEMICHGAN ATT YAWA azvi Trackrmen Face Renfrew To Leave Nodaks, Buckeyes Today Will Coach Wolverine Icers {. Canham Pedicts…

… Victories However, if Jim Pace beats Da- vis in the 100-yd. dash, and if Dick Flodin beats him in the 220- yd. event, the Wolverines have a chance. . Besides the possible dash vic- tories Canham expects to…

…" performance against Illinois TKE, Sig Eps Victors in I-M Softball Tilts and take the high jump, but after O'Reilly, unless Kramer jumps better than he has so far this sea- son, the Wolverines will get no other…

… Magnuson could have been counted on for at least a third against the Buckeyes. The other injured Wolverines are Dick Flodin and Jack Green. Flodin, who must beat Davis if Michigan is to have a chance, suf…

April 17, 1957 (vol. 67, iss. 138) • Page Image 3

… Hyames Field. The Wolverines open their home schedule at Ferry Field to- day when they meet Central Michigan at 3:30 p.m. Michigan wasted no time against Western, exploding for three runs in the first…

… lefthander in 15 innings this spring. The Wolverine defense, which has been on the shaky side all spring, tightened a bit against the Broncos. Michigan fielders committed two errors, their low- est total in…

…. Reached at his home last night, Michigan Athletic Director H. O. "Fritz" Crisler commented after being informed of the decision that he was very much delighted to hear of the recommendation. Wolverine

… PEARSON, veteran Mich- igan wrestler, yesterday was named captain of next year's Wolverine mat squad. Pearson, who succeeds graduating cap- tain Mike Rodriguez, has won the Big Ten 130-lb. title in each of…

February 17, 1957 (vol. 67, iss. 98) • Page Image 6

… Theater Cagers Smash Wolverines Upset Illini; Set Fieldhouse Record lii is; Icers Win, 4-1 Childs' S hutout Spoiled 3y Late Minnesota Tally Read and Use ; Daily Classifieds Robidea…

… them to with-_ in 10 of the victors. They ganged up on Shearon, and I e k y G m guard Billy Altenberger drove in The Wolverine Club is sponsor- to make it 91-81. ing a charter bus trip to Michigan But…

… the Wolverines' stall soon State for the hockey game Friday, changed this situation, and hadF the hapless foes running about February 22. from man to man in what must A package deal consisting of a have…

…' Gains Ground The victory gives the Wolverines eight and one-half points in the league race, and if Denver loses again to Colorado, Michigan will move a notch closer to a berth in the NCAA finals. From the…

December 17, 1950 (vol. 61, iss. 71) • Page Image 2

…'s Meadowbrook. Ralph Flanagan and his orchestra. Call Ed Gibbon 2-3046 for reservations and information. )40P WESTERNERS Travel the Wolverine Club Rose Bowl Special back to school Jan. 5 from L. A., Salt Lake…

…-1183. )54T WOLVERINE CLUB ROSE BOWL SPECIAL Leave Dec. 28, return in time for school. Complete club car and dining car service, leg rest coaches, low coat pullman, many optional features. Tickets and…

October 17, 1954 (vol. 65, iss. 24) • Page Image 1

… In Second Quarter Wolverine Push By HANLEY GURWIN Associate Sports Editor Special To The Daily EVANSTON-Michigan took advantage of a second-quarter North- western fumble to sbore its only touchdown of…

… the afternoon, and then protected the margin throughout the remainder of the game to edge a determined Wildcat eleven, 7-0, before 38,585 chilled fans here yesterday.. Wolverine halfback Danny Cline…

… exceptionally fine job turned in by the Michigan pass defense.. Northwestern attempted 22 for- ward passes and completed only six for a total of 45 yards. While this total is still 19 more than the Wolverines

… opportuni- ties, they could not score. On the first play from scrim- See WOLVERINES, Page 3 'Irish' Gain' 20-19 Win Over MSC By The As'sociated Press - SOUTH BEND, Ind. - Notre Dame's fighting Irish…

February 17, 1952 (vol. 62, iss. 91) • Page Image 1

Wolverines of getting a bid to the NCAA playoffs in March. MICHIGAN has an 8-3 loop rec- ord for 16 points and has only one ! game remaining with last place Michigan Tech that will count in the standings…

…Kennell and Doug Philpott. It was also Chin's second goal of the day. Heyliger then returned his de- fensemen to the ice, but the Wolverines still kept the pres- sure on and took a 6-5 lead a minute later on…

March 17, 1957 (vol. 67, iss. 121) • Page Image 1

… more than their share of damage to the Michigan hockey team last night, as the Tigers trampled the Wolverines, 13-6. Bill Hay, (left) and Bob McCusker were the the big guns in the Colorado offense, as…

… Hay had two goals and three assists, and McCusker claimed four goals and two assists. Colorado College Wins Final, 13-6 Handicapped Wolverines Blasted From Two-Year NCAA Title Hold By BRUCE BENNETT…

February 17, 1954 (vol. 64, iss. 91) • Page Image 3

…' ... tough to escape Wolverine Hoopsters Fail To Realize Early Potential Dukes Move Into Top Spo In Cage Poll By The Associated Press Unbeaten Duquesne moved into the top spot in the Associated Press…

… verge of falling into the cel- lar; that has been the story of Michigan's cagers during the 1953-54 season. According to Coach Bill Perigo, and those who saw the Wolverines' early season play will agree…

… Indiana game." This statement by Perigo goes a long way toward explain- ing why the Wolverines have been coming out on the short end of the score lately. * * * THE ANN ARBOR five has been consistently…

… outshot, sometimes by as many as 20 or 25 a game. MICHIGAN'S defense has not exactly been the best, especially when it comes to stopping oppos- ing pivot men. Wolverine Big Ten opponents have averaged 79…

…, "is 100 per- cent better than he was last year." The 5-11 junior has not been in the spotlight as much as some of the other Wolverines, but he has been doing a consistently good job. Eaddy's defensive…

February 17, 1953 (vol. 63, iss. 89) • Page Image 3

… period to ruin Mich- in and emerge as the game's iding scorer with 26 markers. THE WOLVERINES went into e extra period with center Paul offsky and Captain Doug Law- nce sitting on the bench with e fouls…

… with Eaddy's driving layup's to break up Gopher Coach Ozzie Cowles's shifting zone defense. The long-awaited Wolverine fast break finally clicked in the Minnesota Field House, as the 6-4 Groffsky passed…

…-earned victory. ALTHOUGH the Wolverines were never more than a few points behind, they trailed the Gophers until mid-way in the second stan- za when they moved into their biggest lead of the evening, 31…

…. * * * THE WOLVERINES will get eir big test this weekend when e strong Sioux of North Da- ta invade Ann Arbor for a two me series, with both games )rth two points. If they can get st the Nodaks without a mis…

… games. North Dakota didn't fare any better than the Wolverines did against Minnesota, dropping three out of four contests in a home- and-home series, which puts the two opponents on equal footing for the…

January 17, 1952 (vol. 62, iss. 84) • Page Image 1

… signifi- e cant of these would be recognition - of student organizations, now e handled by the Student Affairs h Committee, 'Winnie, Sees Wolverine Hockey Team'Red Threats, U.S. Closer Smashes Spartans, 7…

… affair that gave ----~_ the Wolverines two points in the MUNSAN, Korea, Thursday, standings thereby tying them for Jan. 17 (P)-United Nations truce first place with Denver. negotiators brushed aside a Com…

… left off in their game earlier this season at East Lansing that the Wolverines won ' 11-1. Halfway through the first period John Matchefts of Michi- gan and Harold Passerini of the Spartans were ejected…

… from the game for fighting, in addition to receiving five-minute major pen- alties. Almost immediately after the pair was sent to the box the Wolverines received two more penalties. First John Mc…

…Kennell went off and then Earl Keyes. The Wolverines were thus a man short for four minutes but they held the Spartans at bay. See MULLEN, Page 3 munist threat Wednesday "to fight to the end" in Korea if the…

December 17, 1953 (vol. 64, iss. 72) • Page Image 3

…, will be run for the first time in a conference meet at Champaign March 5 and 6. The new events, voted in with practically no discussion by the+ Big Ten track coaches, promise to give the Wolverine

… the seven Western Intercollegiate Ice Hockey League teams battled rugged opposition in preparation for the coming season. While the Wolverine puckmen were dividing with McGill, and de- feating and…

… dropping the second tilt to the Alumni, 6-3. Play in the WIIHL opens this weekend, as the Wolverines travel out to Grand Forks to battle the Sioux of North Dakota, and in a non-league tilt, Minnesota meets…

April 17, 1951 (vol. 61, iss. 132) • Page Image 3

…. * * * THE Wolverine mentor states that her will probably begin the campaign with the same lineup{ that iost to Duke 8-1 in the prac- tice meet at Durham, North Caro- lina. In that tuneup the doubles team of…

…/ Wolverines are out to prove doubles loss. hey are a better group of d than their spring exhibi- JOHN FRASER completed the ecord says they are. Michigan scoring by gaining /2 * ** point from Henry Cla k. THAT…

… the record in this event. Davies took sec- ond in the 100 behind Charlie Moss, former Wolverine, who swam the distance in 59.3, sev- en-tenths of a second better than Davies was able to do…

February 17, 1959 (vol. 69, iss. 95) • Page Image 1

… night iced a hard-fought Michigan basketball win over Iowa, 90-86, at Yost Field House. The victory lifted the Wolverines past the .500 mark in Big Ten play (5-4), moved them into undisputed fourth place…

… Hawkeyes, 78-74. Lee's splurge began with only 1:18 remaining and Michigan be- hind, 84-83. It climaxed a Wolverine comback made necessary after it had blown a lead that once stretched to 14 points. The…

… burly senior co-captain, who led all scorers with 30 points, cashed in a layup to send the Wolverines ahead, 85-84. Fouled in the process 1'y -Iowa's Dave Gunther, Lee made the charity toss to give his…

… his most outstanding of the season and his 30 points was a personal high. He became the third Wolverine to hit the 30 mark this season. M. C. Burton, who set the all-time Michigan high of 38 against…

October 17, 1954 (vol. 65, iss. 24) • Page Image 6

… comfortable Ford cars is a special feature of our summer program. Lots of free time is allowed for independent action. Trans-Atlan- tic passage for this tour has been1 secured on the Cunard Line. Our Wolverine

May 17, 1953 (vol. 63, iss. 158) • Page Image 1

…' powerful track squad rolled to a792/3-522/3dual meet victory over an almost equally strong Wolverine team yesterday at Ferry Field in what was un- doubtedly the best dual meet of the year. Six records were…

… in the 100 and 220-yard dashes. The speedy McNulty tied his own dual meet record, which he set last year, when he scampered over the high hurdles in 14.2 seconds. Highlighting the Wolverine per…

March 17, 1959 (vol. 69, iss. 119) • Page Image 6

…. { burgh outscored defending chain- and added a second place in the pion, Rutgers, for the Collegiate 440-yd. event. Jecko was runner- crown. up to Tony Tashnick in the 200- Wolverine swim coach, Gus Sta…

… team. The Wolverines will officially open the season on April 2 against North Carolina at Pinehurst, N.C. The squad will continue to prac- tice at Pinehurst throughout the spring vacation before…

March 17, 1957 (vol. 67, iss. 121) • Page Image 6

… Hat Trick <+"? (. (Continued from Page 1) The Wolverines suffered a cost- ly penalty at 13:51 with Bob Schil- ler going off for charging. Colo- rado College quickly capitalized on the play and was…

… never headed thereafter. The Wolverines were severely handicapped in their bid for a third straight NCAA title with the ioss of star forwards Wally Maxwell and John Rendall and defenseman Mike Buchanan…

November 17, 1957 (vol. 68, iss. 53) • Page Image 1

…'s assertion The flit feet of Michigan's Jim Pace were nearly the whole show rt. that expenditures for weapons of yesterday as the obviously low spirited Wolverines easily dominated Montgomery, beret…

… has been ex- Ptacek, and Mike Slhatusky- the 11SC S special tax concessions, plus a tend once. So far the government Wolverines could complete only lease-purchase agreement on the has shipped or is…

…, entitled "Soviet, with option to purchase. view that he insisted he has no smashed into the Wolverine's end 4ion and Eastern Europe." is Although the plant will be worth plans to leave the Cabinet. zone…

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